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SCRLC is proud to announce Carol LaRow’s workshop, Google’s Cool Tools – And They’re Free!, will be presented in Ithaca on Tuesday, August 11, 9:30 am-3:30 pm. The deadline for registrations is July 28, 2009. Discover Google’s free online tools for research and learning, presented by a Google Certified Teacher, including tools for online collaboration and WEB 2.0 networking with colleagues, students, or patrons doing research. You will learn integration ideas especially for teacher librarians; view sample projects; and explore tools that enhance your library, curriculum, and personal productivity.
Our presenter, Carol LaRow, taught language arts for 33 years. She is a Smithsonian Laureate, a Google Certified Teacher, and received WNYT’s Educator of Excellence Award. Carol is a technology consultant and provides staff development and keynote addresses for faculties and administrators throughout the Northeast. Google recently invited her as one of four teachers to present lesson plans she developed using use Google tools. Google has published them in Google Apps for Educators, K-12.
All workshops in the Summer Camp 2009 series are open to all librarians and library workers (school, public, academic, and special); no approval or authorization is required to attend. Full information and registration details.
Coming to Ithaca for the session? You, your family, or friends may want to hike waterfall, swim in the lake, try an ethnic food restaurant, or take in a concert or play. To see what’s happening in Ithaca, please go to http://www.visitithaca.com and http://www.ithacaevents.com